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Russell Waters of Phillips Ormonde & Fitzpatrick presents a guide to prosecuting and protecting trade marks in Australia, including the importance of dealing with objections to a filing in plenty of time

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Was there a more memorable departure in 2014 than that of CJ Rader from the #FedCir? http://t.co/8wqzMlig1b #IP2014 http://t.co/gOh0fRdtid

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Another highlight this year was our first live Twitter Q&A - with @RMW136 http://t.co/Dwjna9u7n9 #ip2014 @The_IPO http://t.co/fOHtYcn99y

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#ip2014 This year also saw the launch of Managing IP TV @YouTube w/ interviews on the #UPC https://t.co/ZzI1IhNqp1 http://t.co/0dtR7W0QkC

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